Students in India

Summer Programs

In addition to summer sessions at Temple's campuses in Rome and Tokyo, Temple offers a wide variety of four- to six-week summer programs. All programs are open to students from any U.S. college or university who meet the eligibility requirements.

Brazil

  • Afro-Brazilian Culture and Popular Brazilian Music
    For students with a background or interest in African-American studies, Portuguese, Latin American studies, Spanish, history, music, dance or art. Undergraduate credit available. Summer session II.
    Note: The Brazil program will not be offered in 2014; it is scheduled to be offered in Summer 2015.

costa Rica

  • Public Health and Development
    For students with a background in health, medicine, social work, political science, psychology, sociology, economics or international studies. Undergraduate and graduate credit available.
    Summer session I.

France 

  • French Language at the Sorbonne
    For students who would like to continue their study of French. Undergraduate credit available. Summer session II. (Note: In 2014, students participating in this program will not be permitted to take Summer Session I classes at Temple due to calendar conflicts.)

Germany  

  • Intensive German Language
    For students who would like to continue their study of German. Undergraduate credit available. Summer session I.

GHANA

  • West African Civilization & Aesthetics
    For students with a background or interest in classical and contemporary African history, politics, literature, music, dance or theater. Undergraduate and graduate credit available. Summer session II.


India

  • Culture, Art and Religion
    For students with a background or interest in anthropology, art, film, history, public health, or religion. Undergraduate and graduate credit available. Summer session I.

ITALY

  • Rome Summer Session
    For students with a background or interest in art history, classics, dance, geography and urban studies, history, international business, Italian language, political science, sociology or studio art. Undergraduate credit available. Summer session I.
  • Roman Villa of Artena Excavation
    For undergraduate and graduate students, this course intends to introduce students to the techniques of archaeological fieldwork. Summer session II.

JAMAICA  

  • International Service Learning
    For students who wish to work in multidisciplinary teams supporting the work of schools, agricultural cooperatives, public health and other community partners. Academics and community-based work are integrated into the coursework, stressing the connections between economic and social development, culture, history, and formal and informal education. Open to multiple majors. Undergraduate and graduate credit available. Summer session I.

JAPAN

  • Full-length Summer Semester
    Temple University, Japan Campus, offers the full-length summer semester for students with a background or interest in art, Asian studies, communications, Japanese language, and a range of other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Undergraduate credit available. Spans summer sessions I & II.
  • Japanese Media and Global Culture
    For students who have an interest in learning about Japanese society and culture through the vehicle of different media including television, magazines, music, anime, manga, and film. Spans summer sessions I & II.

Spain   

  • Oviedo Summer Session: Spanish Language, Literature, Culture and Marketing
    For students with a background in Spanish language and an interest in Spanish culture, literature and/or marketing. Undergraduate credit available. Summer session II (Note: In 2014, students participating in this program will not be permitted to take Summer Session I classes at Temple due to calendar conflicts.)

UNITED kingdom

  • Tyler Metals Workshop
    For students with a background in studio art. Undergraduate and graduate credit available. Spans summer sessions I & II.


  • London: The City in English Literature
    For students with a background or interest in English literature. Undergraduate credit available.  Summer session II.
    Note: The U.K. English literature program will not be offered in 2014; it is scheduled to be offered in Summer 2015.